Royal admirers will not be seeing Queen Elizabeth II at Easter service this weekend.
Whereas Buckingham Palace confirmed that members of the royal household can be on the Easter Mattins Service at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Fortress on April 17, a senior Buckingham Palace supply instructed NBC Information that Her Majesty isn’t anticipated to attend.
The precise motive for her absence was not revealed. Nonetheless, this is not the one current occasion the monarch, 95, has needed to miss. Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall represented the queen on the Royal Maundy Service at St. George’s Chapel on April 14, making it the primary time since 1970 that she hasn’t been in attendance based on the BBC. She additionally missed the Commonwealth Day Service on March 14.
Though, Queen Elizabeth II did attend the Service of Thanksgiving for her late husband Prince Philip, who died on the age of 99 final April, at Westminster Abbey in London on March 29. This marked her first public look in 5 months. Whereas the queen had held digital conferences and public receptions at her royal residences earlier than this date, she had not attended a public engagement outdoors of those partitions since October 2021.